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of the nap nanny, claiming it has caused the death of five children and demanding the recall of the product. jim avila has all of the details. >> reporter: this morning, the government says it's a dangerous product with a faulty design that allegedly allowed children to just fall. the consumer product safety commission says there have been 70 complaints about nap nanny, including 5 deaths. >> we believe it's a hazardous product. >> reporter: for months, the makers of the nap nanny have refused to pull its product or offer refunds. the government is taking a rare step to ask a judge to pull it off shelves. >> the reason i came up with it, my daughter would only sleep in her car seat. >> reporter: in a statement, she says she is heartbroken for the families who lost a child. but says the parents misused the product, but either not strapping the baby in or placing the device on a table or a crib. >> the nap nanny is for floor use only. >> reporter: nap nanny raised the sides, and posted this instructional video. but children continued to die. and the company, again, refused to take responsibil
for parents from 7 on your side. government taking action against makers of the nap nanny, a portable baby recliner, five infant deaths were reported. it poses a substantial risk of injury and death to infants. the commission says it is dangerous with a faulty design and demanding recall. coming up why the makers are refusing to pull the product off the market. >>>s did say new genetic testing may give expectant moms more information on their baby's health. 6% of fetuses shown to be normal by conventional testing were found to have abnormalities byél=ñ gene scanss from mental retardation to fatal diseases. columbia researchers say the tests are not done so people can end pregnancies but to learn prognosis and what special care the baby might need so couples can make an informed decision. >>> next f you could smell like any fast food chain, which chain would you choose? if you said pizza hut, you're in luck, we'll explain. >>> the search is over in berkeley. the cal bears have a new head coach. >>> good morning. live look from sutro tower camera it is not raining today. mostly dry althoug
to stop the sale of the nap nanny. four infant deaths are associated with a rauled version soft that recliner and one death is associateed with the newest version called the chill. the owner of the company posted a message on the web site saying no infant has ever been hurt when the nap nanny is use aid cording to instructions. >>> christmas is coming to the state cop toll and it's happening live right now. want to show yao a live picture here from sacramento where governor jerry brown -- actually, that's the mayor, kevin johnson, the major of sacramento talking right now. jerry brown is also there. all of this over the lighting of the capitol christmas tree. the governor is getting some help from 10-year-old christian anderson from southern california. this year's tree is a 50-foot-al white fur from shasta county. it's decorated with ornaments made by children and adults who have developmental disabilities. >>> here in the bay area that rain blew through overnight and through the morning early hours. this is our chief meteorologist bill martin said and, bill, it really wasn't a
a baby recliner maker after five babies died using the product. this is a new model of the nap nanny called the chill. the cpsc says the device poses substantial risk of injury and in some cases death to babies. the first two versions of the nap nanny were recalled after four deaths. the commission says it has received more than 70 reports of children nearly falling out of those recliners. >>> it's 6:20 right now. who has just been named head coach at cal. >> and it's an 18-foot fadeaway a buzzer beater that earned our play of the day. we have it coming up. >> very stormy weather around the bay area. lots of snow though in the high country if you have to get up there to ski, here's the snow report. more on your weather coming up. ,,,, at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating hea
intend. nar nap nasa says it ha deposits of ice.yes, gon mercury, which is the closest planet to the sun. and it's hot there. really hot. sop sosome areas of the sca north pole ispsusun, allowins . lawrenp lawrence krauss joi maryland to talk about this. hehe's p he'she's a theop nothing." good morning. help us understand what this really means. we always hear where there's water, there'spbut this ca mercury, right? r it hit has p it hasi extreme temperatures. >> it's probably motte true fo mercury. p we don't know where life live. we'p we'we've discovered o life can live in every environmeenvironment that's oc earth. the most extreme environments. it's not the best place to look for life. in fact, there is water. in fact, the water is located in deep craters, near the north pole. mercury kind of orbits with very little tilt. near the north pole with the deep craters, it never gets subject. that's why it's so cold. but much of the water is covered by a thin layer of organic material. >> all right. i think we're having a little trouble hearing lawrence there. we'll try and get him back be
a little more till maybe 4:00 p.m. and then take a nap and then after that study more and go to sleep. >> we are afraid and just scared about what is going to come next, what is going to happen. >> reporter: when school opens tomorrow the sherriff's department says there will be extra security measures for the teacher but wouldn't say what it will be. rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we have breaking news to tell you about out of oakland. a live picture. police and emergency crews responded to a homicide in a residential area. these pictures are live from east oakland. this is happening at 83 avenue and "d" street. the victim is an adult male. police have one block of 83 street shut down for their investigation. no word on suspects or a motive in this case. we will follow this situation and keep you updated. >>> the police chief will become the official police chief next week. he has been the active chief for five months and face as stuff job as community back lash continues over officer involved shooting. he will be coming out of reenvironment. he plans on -- retirement. he hopes t
you a picture of wait looks like. it's -- what it looks like. it's called the nap nanny and they are taking action against the company that makes it. they say that five infant deaths have been reported from the product. the agency wants that company to notify the public ability a serious product defect and to offer consumers a full refund as well. >>> the news time is now 6:52 and louis armstrong said it best. what a wonderful world and these are pictures to now prove it. never before seen images from nasa taken from satellite. they are spanning across africa to asia are being collected in a new nasa e-book called "earth as art." it's available in hard cover, electronically and as an app it will be free. >>> now let's take a look at the planet as a whole. the image was made from the data taken from the new satellite and according to nasa the view was constructed from the satellite's high resolution night images and then mapped over existing images of earth and as you can see the new image is completely cloud-free. the glowing you see across the planet is both part of nat
like a 10 year flood. in nap a-wayne, abc 7 news. >>> all right quay it where rain was but that will be changing by the time you get up in the morning. >> right about this getting closer. may not be heavy rain this time pretty sure it won't be but getting close. live view from the high definition suit are camera looking out over san francisco and we have got partly mostly cloudy skies around the bay area right now. cloudy up north than over the rae main dear of the area and we don't have any reports of rainful yet at reporting stations let's look at doppler and we have dray conditions at the moment despite the cloudy skies but to the north in mendocino county and farther north and west offshore we have lieutenants of moisture an it's moving in our trx. temperatures writ now generally in a narrow range of mainly mid 50's all around the bay area. and these are our forecast feature. see north bay rain developing by early morning. again we don't expect it to be heavy. rain in all areas on wednesday though that will be a heavy rain system on wednesday then dryer patt
a nap? >> no. >> 58 minutes past the hour. >> today we hear from jon huntsman about the best advice he's ever received. >> well, best advice, you know, you receive a lot of advice from people, particularly when yew in the world of politics, some of it is good, some of it is not so good but i think the best advice i've ever received is the simple admonition that you should follow your heart. if you stop to think that following your heart is probably the purest, most honest thing to do because your heart will never let you down or will never lie to you. in your head you can think through a lot of different options, then you fall back on your heart, and it will always lead you in the right direction. >> who knew that jon huntsman had such a soft side? great advice in love and in life. right? >> that's "early start" thanks for joining us, i'm alina cho. >> and i'm zoraida sambolin. "starting point" starts right now. >> good morning, welcome, everybody, our starting point this morning. trouble in the west, swied spread destruction as storms pound already soggy northern california. plus the
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